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Michael Brückner Hochofen (with Gustavo Jobim) album cover
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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Zunder (06:53)
2. Hertzgebirge (06:16)
3. Schonzeit (07:34)
4. Grünspan (09:07)
5. Tauchsieder (08:00)

Total time: 37:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Michael Brückner / all electronics and effects
- Gustavo Jobim / all electronics and effects

Releases information

Release date: 30th October 2014.

Collaboration between Michael Brückner (Germany) and Gustavo Jobim (Brasil)

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Review by admireArt
5 stars Masterful!

Two minds with inherently different electronic music, direct and indIrect, influences, focuses and approaches, converge in perfect balance to become a new entity withholding their best songwriting attributes and pushing each one's best creative talents.

What an extremely nice surprise to find out how well these two musicians can relate, to the point of wondering why they do not do this more often, but then again, maybe, this is one of the reasons why "HOCHOFEN", 2014, by Michael Bruckner and Gustavo Jobim (both included here in PA) trascends to be an essential part of my vast prog/non-prog/electronic music collection, for starters.

Music wise things are not that easy to explain, which somehow adds bonuses, considering its uniqueness in music language and the blending of each one's own style can only be compared to itself, meaning you already have to be acquainted with both musicians' works and imagine how uncommonly wise this meeting of minds turns out to be.

***** 5 PA stars!

And imagine downloading this masterwork for whatever you can chip in! It's a wonderful world indeed!

PD-Do not be decieved by its horrendous cover art.

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